I put together a video Christmas Card this year, and I thought I’d pass it along on the blog. It’s too big to post here, but you can get to it by clicking on the link below. It’s a time lapse made from 440 photos in about 1:20. Enjoy!
It was a full moon last week, and I decided to head out to the Spoon River valley for a few night photos. The first place I went was Bernadotte, IL, the site of the only dam on the Spoon River. The dam was built in the 1940s to supply water to a nearby WWII [...]
The second day of spring in 2007 (read: prime tornado season), found me wandering across the plains of Oklahoma (read: Tornado Alley) on my way back from California and Arizona. Somewhere on the arrow-straight and pancake-flat Oklahoma Highway 11 between Alva and Medford, OK, I noticed a sign to a tourist attraction. I actually had [...]
Most of the time, my photography is a solitary pursuit, finding me by myself wandering around looking for that nice light. Sometimes, though
I’ve been sorting through old photos from last year, attempting to update my Lightroom catalog a bit, and I ran across a photo that I thought I could maybe help a bit in Photoshop. I know, I know, these tilt/shift things are gimmicky and lame (it’s been discussed…), but I really think they can produce [...]